Some of the biggest celebrities in the UK have joined forces to pay tribute to frontline workers for the National Health Service (NHS) currently battling the new coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19).
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Stormzy, Paul McCartney, David Beckham, Kylie Minogue, Elton John, and countless other celebrities say ‘thank you’ in a video for staff, carers, and volunteers across the health service.
The video, posted by NHS England on Twitter is introduced by its chief nursing officer Ruth May who began by giving a personal thank you to everyone who’s working hard right now.
“You are our heroes,” said Elton John. “And we salute each and every one of you.”
Next came a series of thank yous from some of the most famous faces in Britain today — Bill Nighy, Kate Winslet, Claire Foy, Jessica Ennis-Hill, John Boyega, Chris Martin, Ricky Gervais, Mo Farah, James Norton, Eddie Redmayne, Ralph Fiennes, Graham Norton, Daniel Craig, and many more.
The video was released on the same evening as the second #ClapForOurCarers event, a nationwide public applause which will now happen on a weekly basis.
Thank you, NHS.
Originally posted: Source link